Waterbrook Bowral - Independent Living
The team at MGP are busy working on the hydraulic and fire design services for the new independent living village, Waterbrook Bowral, in the Southern Highlands. Formerly Our Lady Of The Sacred Heart School, this impressive location will offer independent living with resort lifestyle facilities and services.
135 residences will be sensitively placed around the original, magnificent gardens and school buildings.
Residents will enjoy access to the vibrant resort facilities, including restaurant, café, lounge bar, creative studios, library, games room, grandchildren’s playground, tennis court, greenhouse, golf buggies, cinema, wellness studio, indoor pool, gym, courtesy vehicles, original theatre, chapel, retail and 24/7 concierge.
Client: Waterbrook Lifestyle Retirement Villages
Plumber: Smart Plumbing
Builder: EQ Constructions
Architect: Marchese Partners International / Mijollo Architects
The $100 million development at Montefiore Aged Care in Randwick will see the development of two new residential buildings adjacent to the existing care facility.
mgp are excited to be part of this design team. We are currently working on the hydraulic design for the two new buildings which will house 80 new apartments, dining, function and recreational facilities including an indoor pool.
Builder: Richard Crookes Construction
Architect: Jackson Teece
Ronald McDonalds House Westmead Hospital
mgp were delighted to be involved with the hydraulic design of the new Ronald McDonald House at Westmead Hospital. This new three levelled development will provide premium accommodation for families of children undergoing treatment at the hospital. The House will provide hotel style facilities; including self catering suites, childcare for siblings, disabled and accessibility facilities, large commercial laundry and kitchen/dinning, along with entertainment deck and spaces for families to rest and recuperate.
The site had a number of issues; the already burdened infrastructure and inability to sustain a new building. We needed to find solutions to provide the site with quality infrastructure without putting pressure on the local community services, especially that of the hospital. We designed a fire sprinkler tank to accommodate and meet the needs of the new development, along with a full hydraulic design to accommodate trade waste, sanitary drainage, hot and cold water, fire services and Sydney Water approval.
The new McDonalds House provides families with a much needed service, supporting the exisiting hospital services without burdening the current infrastructure.
Client: McDonalds / Westmead Hospital
Builder: FDC Constructions
Plumber: DW Plumbing
Architect: DJRD Architects
Russian Relief Association - Age Care
The Russian Relief Association also known St Sergius of Radonezh Aged Care.
Providing aged care nursing facilities in Cabramatta, The Russian Relief Association have undertaken refurbishments including two new building with accommodation for an additional 10 nursing home beds, 10 two bed hostel rooms, 16 single and 2 independent living units, a new community hall, car park along with additional single storey 2 bedroom units.
mgp provided hydraulic services and authority infrastructure to service the new development.
The redevelopment and refurbishment of Liverpool Hospital’s seven storey clinical building made space for an additional 2500 additional rooms for the purpose built clinical facilities.
Works undertaken by mgp included domestic and purified water supplies, drainage including radioactive waste and installation of new fire services.
Ingham Clinical Services
The Clinical Skills and Simulation Centre is located in the grounds of Liverpool hospital, a new innovative and purpose designed training and research facility. mgp’s role in this development was to provide hydraulic and fire services to the new development.
Maybrook Retirement Village Cromer
mgp were engaged to complete a review of the hydraulic services for the Maybrook Retirement Village.
Our brief was to investigate the current services and pressures and provide advice on improving the existing services for the Manor building.